|2012-07-08||Party Time||Saratoga Springs, NY||8:39||Really solid and extended straightforward jamming with great Page and Trey.|
|2016-12-30||Party Time||New York, NY||6:53||-> out of "Light". A fun and charming surprise with a very strong Trey solo (even briefly touching on "Stash"'s solo!) and a solid peak.|
|2018-08-11||Party Time||Columbia, MD||9:46||Surprise jam from a strong stand, "Party Time" offers what has been so cool with regard to 2018, and, generally, of late: A little "jamlet." Emerging from what might ordinarily bring the song to a close, extended, if not quite protracted jamming, is filled with "YST" teasing and inspired Trey soloing atop Fish's pounding beat. Trey steps upon a pedal to flip a switch, and a strong solo ensues.|
|2018-12-29||Party Time||New York, NY||6:00||-> from "Wolfman's" into an atypical version which continues building up the jam with strong play in a section bookended by "Party Time" quotes.|
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